Stocks Going Ex Dividend In July 2023

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The following is a short list of some of the many stocks going ex-dividend during the next month, which can be helpful for traders and investors interested in the stock trading technique known as “Buying Dividends” or “Dividend Capture.” This strategy involves purchasing stocks before the ex-dividend date and selling them shortly after the ex-date at a similar price, while still being eligible to receive the dividend payment.

Although this technique generally proves effective in bull markets and flat or choppy markets, it is advisable to exercise caution and consider avoiding this strategy during bear markets. To qualify for the dividend, it is necessary to buy the stock before the ex-dividend date and refrain from selling it until on or after the ex-date.

However, it is important to note that the actual dividend may not be paid for several weeks, as the payment date can be delayed by up to two months after the ex-date.

For investors seeking a comprehensive list of stocks going ex-dividend in the near future, has compiled a downloadable list containing numerous dividend-paying companies. Here are a few examples showcasing the stock symbol, ex-dividend date, periodic dividend amount, and annual yield.

Comcast Corporation Class A (CMCSA) 7/3/2023 0.29 2.89%
Campbell Soup Company (CPB) 7/5/2023 0.37 3.25%
Cisco Systems, Inc.(DE)  (CSCO) 7/5/2023 0.39 3.10%
Dollar General Corporation (DG) 7/10/2023 0.59 1.38%
Oracle Corporation (ORCL) 7/11/2023 0.40 1.35%
Krispy Kreme, Inc. (DNUT) 7/25/2023 0.035 0.98%
Lowe’s Companies, Inc. (LOW) 7/25/2023 1.10 2.05%
Hasbro, Inc. (HAS) 7/31/2023 0.70 4.65%

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